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Football

Nigerian football crisis – a new dawn after darkness
By Thursday night, as I write this, Nigeria has escaped Fifa's ban by the whiskers. I don’t have the details but one of two things must have happened. Read full blog
United did well against Chelsea
To a lot of people the celebrations that greeted Robin van Persie’s equaliser “represented how low the club has fallen”. Read full blog
Meyiwa will be missed
The untimely loss of Senzo Robert Meyiwa has been felt from the township of Umlazi to the Fifa headquarters in Zurich. Read full blog
United’s Felli-good factor
He was on their books for 10 years as a player, won everything with them and even coached them last season, so it was hardly surprising that Phil Neville got a bit loud in our TV studio. Read full blog
El Clasico gave a glimpse of the future
Real Madrid were deserving winners of the El Clasico at the weekend. A closer look seems to reveal much. Read full blog
Listen to the fans Rodgers
While in the UK I decided to do what every Liverpool fan would try and do - catch a game. Read full blog
Let the chickens hatch K'ogalo
Last year was an exception but I think “it is written” that the Tusker Premier League must go down to the wire. Read full blog
Conversations with Senzo
I woke up this morning to the rude shock of the senseless shooting of Senzo Meyiwa and I still can’t believe he’s dead. Read full blog
Baxter’s men on the ball
Kaizer Chiefs’ 15-match winning streak may have ended but they remain the team to beat in the PSL. Read full blog
Mata can't replace Rooney
Manchester United started the first of three crucial Premier League games against West Brom (away), Chelsea at (home) and Manchester rivals City (away) with a draw against Albion at the Hawthorns. Read full blog
Rodgers must focus on the league
Many footballers arriving in the Barclays Premier League have been warned of second-season syndrome. Read full blog
Dortmund's winning formula is killing it
I sat in Signal Iduna Park to watch Dortmund over-run Arsenal and wondered, how long will it take before they self-destruct? Read full blog
A Gooner or a gonner?
An International Break can do funny things to the mind. Mine, for instance was heavily engaged this past week wondering whether we have seen the last (for the time being at least) of Mesut Ozil, Petr Cech, David De Gea and Juan Mata in the Barclays Premier League. Read full blog
Why can’t soccer be like rugby?
Sport is supposed to be sport; something we all do for the love of it, for recreational purposes, or to keep ourselves fit. Read full blog
Backing Coetzee for Bafana
After three Afcon 2015 qualifiers, Bafana Bafana deserve credit for keeping as many clean sheets but, on the balance of play, I would suggest that the statistics are somewhat misleading. Read full blog
Let's criticise to improve Kenyan football
Sometimes my fellow Kenyans make me angry. We are the kings of Africa when it comes to criticism, but we do little to improve our situation. Read full blog
Are refs influenced by big-name players?
The rumours are out there, the suspicions abound, and the perception is – well, quite telling sometimes. How many times have you seen so-called big name players get decisions that their lesser mortals don’t? Read full blog
Can the Chipolopolo afford not to win?
Zambia, by recording a goalless draw against Niger in Niamey, kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations to be hosted by Morocco. Read full blog
So far, so Chelsea
There are two things on my mind this weekend – the Barclays Premier League and Nigeria’s match against Sudan. Read full blog
Lazy footballers must get booted
Having played for and coached AmaZulu, it’s very disappointing to see the team rooted to the foot of the Absa Premiership table. Read full blog

Sports Talk



Calvin Emeka Onwuka
United did well against Chelsea
To a lot of people the celebrations that greeted Robin van Persie’s equaliser “represented how low...

Sunday Oliseh
El Clasico gave a glimpse of the future
Real Madrid were deserving winners of the El Clasico at the weekend. A closer look seems to reveal...

John Dykes
United’s Felli-good factor
He was on their books for 10 years as a player, won everything with them and even coached them last...

Emeka Enyadike
Conversations with Senzo
I woke up this morning to the rude shock of the senseless shooting of Senzo Meyiwa and I still...

Carol Radull
Let the chickens hatch K'ogalo
Last year was an exception but I think “it is written” that the Tusker Premier League must go down...

Arjun Vidyarthi
Listen to the fans Rodgers
While in the UK I decided to do what every Liverpool fan would try and do - catch a game.